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Located at 631 Pine Street, The AME Book Concern was the oldest print shop in the country that was owned and operated by African Americans. The building also housed the Christian Recorder, the oldest African American newspaper

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Photographic Portrait of Reverend R. C. Ransom--an African American Reverend and an editor of A. M. E. Review in Philadelphia during the Great Migration.

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Informational writing by the Mother Bethel Church outlining the advantages for African Americans to move north. Discusses job, salary and housing issues as well as expresses the support of the Church for this continuing migration.

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Magazine article written by Charles A. Tindley for Outlook. Tindley was a clergyman of the American Methodist Episcopal Church and had a congregation of over 10,000 members. The article discusses Tindley's ministry which catered to migrants from theā€¦

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Waters Memorial AME Church was formerly Mount Olive AME Church.
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